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People and issues in Latin American history. The Colonial experience--sources and interpretations

Author: Lewis Hanke; Jane M Rausch
Publisher: New York : M. Wiener Pub., ©1993.
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Genre/Form: History
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People and issues in Latin American history. The Colonial experience--sources and interpretations.
New York : M. Wiener Pub., c1993
(OCoLC)609165158
Online version:
People and issues in Latin American history. The Colonial experience--sources and interpretations.
New York : M. Wiener Pub., c1993
(OCoLC)623126665
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Hanke; Jane M Rausch
ISBN: 155876061X 9781558760615
OCLC Number: 26212596
Notes: Rev. ed. of: History of Latin American civilization. Vol. 1, The Colonial experience. 2nd ed. 1973.
Description: xi, 356 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Continued : The Introduction of African slavery in Spanish America : The Atlantic slave trade : "The Greatest involuntary migration in Western history" / Ann M. Pescatello --
Alonso de Sandoval, the first advocate of Black studies in America / Norman Meiklejohn --
Slavery in Spanish America : A Black conquistador in Mexico / Peter Gerhard --
James Lockhart, Africans in sixteenth-century Peru / James Lockhart --
Slave resistance : Negro slave control and resistance in colonial Mexico / David M. Davidson --
The Crises of seventeenth-century Brazil : The "Babylonian captivity" : Brazil under Spanish rule, 1580-1640 / Stuart B. Schwartz --
The Dutch in Brazil : The Humanist Prince Johan Maurits in Recife, 1637- 1644 / C.R. Boxer --
The African threat : An African threat in Brazil / R.K. Kent --
Indian problems : Sermon condemning Indian slavery, 1653 : Report on the conversion of the Nheengaibas, letter to Alfonso VI, 1659 / Antonio Vieira --
The Indian policy of Protugal in America / Mathias C. Kiemen The Development of society : Women : Spanish women of the second generation in Peru / James Lockhart --
Dowries helped to reduce domestic instability, illegitimacy and prostitution in Bahia / A.J.R. Russell-Wood --
Sor Juana Inies de la Cruz : "The Supreme poet of her time in Castilian" / Irving A Leonard --
Economic, political, racial, and social tensions : Riots in seventeenth-century Mexico City / Chester Lyle Guthrie --
Tensions between Spanish- and Spanish-American-born friars in seventeenth- century Peru / Antonine Tibesar --
The Texture of urban life : The Imperial city of Potosi, boom town supreme / Lewis Hanke Crisis and climax in the eighteenth century : A nineteeth- century observer : problems and progress in Mexico / Alexander von Humboldt --
Modern interpretations : The Pre-eminent social legacy of colonialism was the degradation of the labor force, Indian and Negro, everywhere in Latin America / Stanley J. and Barbara H. Stein --
The Three centuries of Spanish rule in America should not be characterized as a "tyranny" or as "oppressive" / Philip W. Powell --
The Fall of the Spanish- American empire / R.A. Humphreys. The Transit of Civilization : The Portuguese background : Brazil's Portuguese heritage should not be forgotten / Stuard B. Schwartz --
The Spanish Background : Spain transmitted to America many of her medieval accomplishments / Luis Weckmann --
The New world was a place of wonder and enchantment populated with mysterious and bewildering people / Lewis Hanke --
Spaniards brought animals, fruits, vegetables, and all manner of plants / James A. Robertson --
The Influence of the new world on the old : The Impact of America on Europe was complex and uncertain / J.H. Elliot Was Inca Rule Tyrannical? : Favorable assessments : How the Incas achieved so much / Pedro Cieza de Leion --
Spaniards corrupted an ideal Indian society / Mancio Sierra de Leguiizamo --
" The Incas had attained to a high state of perfection. No thoughtful man can fail to admire so noble and provident a government" / Garcilaso de la Vega --
The Spanish justification for conquest : Viceroy Francisco de Toledo's attack on Inca rule / Lewis Hanke --
A Modern interpretation : The Incas combined the most absolute kind of despotism with the greatest tolerance toward the social and political order of its subject peoples / Alfred Metraux Relations between Indians and Spaniards : The First cry for justice in America : The Sermons of Friar Antonio de Montesinos, 1511 --
A Fundamental law : The Requirement, 1513, a most remarkable document --
The Shock of conquest : The True history of the conquest of Mexico / Bernal Diiaz del Castillo --
The Grief of the conquered : "Broken spears lie in the roads" / Miguel Leion Portilla --
Francisco Pizarro and his men on the road to Cuzco, 1533 / John Hemming --
Indian women and Spanish men : The Conquest of women / Magnus Morner --
Interpretations : A Seventeenth- century defense of Spanish treatment of the Indians / Joan de Soliorzano y Pereyra --
Spanish exploitation of Indians in Central Mexico / Charles Gibson --
The Dawn of conscience in America / Lewis Hanke Population questions : Why the Indian population declined : The Disastrous effects of disease / Alfred W. Crosby --
Why so many Indians died in Mexico and what effects this had upon their life and upon the building of churches / George Kubler --
Sherburne F. Cook, The Introduction of vaccination against smallpox to Spanish America / Sherburne F. Cook --
Population estimates : Why population estimates are important in the interpretation of Mexican history / Woodrow Borah and Sherburne F. Cook
Other Titles: History of Latin American civilization.
Responsibility: edited by Lewis Hanke and Jane M. Rausch.

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